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Monday, May 22, 2006

New York Considers Critters During Hurricane

City buses and subways could become modern-day Noah's Arks if a Katrina-like hurricane hurtles toward New York, the Daily News has learned.

That's from a story about how the Transit Authority is considering lifting its animal ban during storms. It's an excellent idea because here in South Florida every year - and in New Orleans during Katrina - thousands refuse to leave their pets during evacuations. Most shelters don't accept pets, and neither does public transportation. This has to change if human and animal lives are going to be saved.

To read the story, click here.


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